Environmental Law

'Disinvesting' in Federal Enforcement of Environmental Laws

, The Legal Intelligencer


Last year, EPA Region III trumpeted enforcement success stories, including an administrative compliance order issued under the Clean Air Act to the owners of a Philadelphia building who were improperly and unsafely demolishing asbestos-containing materials, and a settlement with a Virginia chemical manufacturer who agreed to pay a penalty and make significant safety upgrades at the facility to settle alleged violations for, among other things, failure to submit documentation to state, county and local officials about the facility's numerous hazardous chemicals.

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